Among the large number of data-visualization designs that seem to grow everyday, the Interactive Infographics are my favorites, specially because of the incredible amount of information they can represent. So, I decided to select 30 of those amazing resources, some of them quite well-known, some maybe not.
Being so important, it’s pretty natural you’ll find a lot of articles, comments, blog posts and, of course, data-visualization goodies on this matter. Infographics, editorial illustrations, interactive charts and maps, all of them deliver fun and interesting way of understanding and following this great event
This is a guest post by Tiago Veloso from Visual Loop – a non-stop stream of Infographics, Maps, Charts and many other Visualization Goodies, with lots of new posts everyday. User submissions are always welcome, opened to artists and designers from all over the world.. After reading here on Inspired Mag the excellent post Shell […]
This is a guest post from David Martin, a web developer living in the often sunny UK, based in Tunbridge Wells. You can find David’s design/development blog here – Cookie Labs and follow him on twitter – @cookielabs
Tumblr is a great blogging platform (they invented the Reblog trend) but I think it’s real power stands in the visual field. There are alot of graphic enthusiasts out there searching and publishing daily all kind of visual goodies, so we made a selection of the 50 most inspirational tumblelogs. Happy Bookmarking!
This is the result of a one-month research on the best new & hot websites that could light up the visual inspiration: a collection of 40 must read websites with 20 must have RSS feeds and 20 Twitter accounts for instant following.